Design Thinking & Change
Design Thinking - a human-centered approach to innovation - integrating the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success. At this seminar, we will explore the role of and benefits of design thinking in meeting the great challenge of our time: the climate change. We will also discuss design thinking in new technologies and in the industrial development.
IVA Conference Center, Stockholm, Sweden
The event is also streamed online
On Location: Free
Tuula Teeri, Professor and president IVA
14:35 Designing change – history and future
Anna Valtonen Professor, Vice-Chancellor of Konstfack, International Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
14:50 Green Leap – Design for sustainable development
Sara Ilstedt, Professor product and service design, Royal Institute of Technology. Director of design and transition Lab, Green Leap.
15:05 Creating the communication language for the Sustainable Development Goals
Jakob Trollbäck, founder of The New Division – Agents for Sustainability
15:20 Designing in transitions – the material and immaterial
Stefan Holmlid, professor, head of Interaction and Service design research group, director of Just Transitions research school, Linköping University
15:35 Cyber Arts – exploring cybersecurity through an artistic lens
Luiz DaSilva, Bradley Professor of Cybersecurity and Executive Director of the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative at Virginia Tech (TBD, participates online)
15:50 Short break
15:40 Q&A: why is Design relevant for Engineers?
A panel discussion moderated by Professor Margareta Norell Bergendahl, Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, division of Mechanical Engineering.
16:10 Wrap up
Participants in the panel
Roder Innovation, Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, division of Mechanical Engineering
President SVID, Stiftelsen Svensk Industridesign
Monica von Schmalensee
Architect, Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, division of Building and Construction
Aina Nilsson Ström
Professor Em., Umeå Institute of Design, Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, division of Mechanical Engineering